Happy release day to Ashley Bodette with her debut novel ‘Our Song’ a story about relationships good and bad, and it carries a message of finding the confidence to get out of them bad relationships by asking for help and relying on those who really do love you to get yourself back in a happy place. I’m sure to some degree we have all been in similar situations, which makes this book so relatable and thoughtfully told by Ashley. Have a glimpse below of the cover and synopsis, and add this book to your TBR pile!
Archives for May 2016
The end of May is upon us and I’m thrilled to be inviting you to Clink Street’s Summer Blogival 2016 festival. This event will run across all blogs and genres. It’ll be like a giant blog tour but on a much grander scale as we will have a whole range of new and exclusive content to share from our authors, as well as review copies and giveaways!
The authors cover a huge range of genres to suit everyone’s reading tastes -from Women’s Fiction, to Thrillers, Sci-Fi, Fantasy and Literary – as well as books that will appeal to Middle Grade and Young Adult readers. Even those of you who love a good memoir or a military history non-fiction won’t be left out.
A little while ago I was invited by Rachel at Authoright to take part in this event and I’m very excited to be a part of it. So this is my personal invite and ticket for you guys to check out what is happening throughout the month of June, and to help you out below is a calendar letting you know what events are happening each day.
Multiple storylines collide in this cosmos-spanning new volume. While Gwendolyn and Lying Cat risk everything to find a cure for The Will, Marko makes an uneasy alliance with Prince Robot IV to find their missing children, who are trapped on a strange world with terrifying new enemies.
Hey everyone! It feels like a long long time since I have spoken to you all directly, and so today I just wanted to thank you all for sticking with me and this blog.
For the past few weeks I have been working on quite a few changes to suit me better. I have switched over to WordPress because my Blogger kept deleting posts and removing my comments for no reason. Despite asking for help on the matter it didn’t solve the problem, therefore switching to WordPress has made editing a lot easier and I now have the comments system Disqus installed- yay!
You may or may not have noticed but I have also purchased my very own domain and as silly as this sounds I just feel like this blog is completely my own now.
Last Light by CJ Lyons ~Goodreads~
Published by Canelo 2016
Paperback edition 344 pages ~Book Depository~
Thank you to Hayley at ED Public Relations for sending me a copy of this brilliant story for an honest review.
1987: Lily Martin is horrifically murdered along with her young child in Texas.
Today: Life should be easy after leaving the FBI- but not if you’re detective Lucy Guardino. Lucy has always seen herself as a normal mum who happened to have a job chasing the worst of the worst. But after a violent predator targets her family and she’s injured, Lucy sacrifices her career at the Bureau.
She joins the Beacon Group, a firm that specializes in cold cases. Lucy fears she’s traded the elite for shepherding a team of amateurs.
She is sent to rural Texas to investigate a case that’s already been closed with the killers behind bars for twenty-nine years.
But who really killed Lily Martin and her infant daughter? Why was an entire family targeted for annihilation? What price will Lucy pay when she fights to expose a truth people will kill to keep buried?